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's start with this. lance slide. it's not like we didn't see this coming for a long time. lance armstrong's cheating and deceptions have been chronicled, reported and testified for years. lance armstrong was no ordinary cheat, no fourth outfielder or linebacker hoping for extra muscle. lance armstrong was an international hero, a seven-time tour de france, winner, the babe ruth, mohammad ali, the usain bolt of his sport. not to mention a public face in the fight against cancer. yet in his confessional last night with oprah, he confessed only what was obvious to anyone who wanted to see it, that he doped throughout his cycling career. but armstrong did not admit to cheating, denied he was a doping ringleader, didn't admit to bullying and worst of all, seemed emotionally incapable of sympathy for ts people whose lives he ruined and money he took when they tried to do nothing more than tell the truth about what he had done. joining me is "the daily beast's" buzz bissinger and sports editor for "the nation" dave zirin. buzz, i have to bring it up, in august of 2012, just five months ago, you
mirkirimi. >> cyclist lance armstrong confesses to doping and now the world around him has changed. ed lavandera takes a closer look. >> reporter: just after the u-s anti-doping agency released it's "reasoned decision" report last october condemning lance armstrong as a doper. the cycling icon made his first public appearance in one of the few safe places he had left. armstrong had just stepped down as the chairman of livestrong, days before the foundation's annual ride for the roses charity biking event in austin, texas. he was surrounded by more than 4-thousand cyclists. many of them cancer survivors. >> "obviously it has been interesting and as i said the other night, at times very difficult few weeks people ask me a lot how you doing, well i've been better but i've also been worse." as the lance armstrong myth >> reporter: has unraveled over the years. he's now often criticized for using his relationship with cancer survivors and the livestrong foundation to salvage his public image. it's been called the "magic cancer shield." texas monthly magazine writer michael hall has profile
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, but one point for medical progress. >> paul: all right. kim? >> a giant miss to lance armstrong. you know, it's bad enough he's now admitted to the whole range of doping and for all seven of his tours. but, this is also about the number of people who he ruthlessly destroyed who made claims against him shall the degree to which he used his cancer survivalism to shield himself from this and then, the fact that he didn't even apologize to people face-to-face and had to go on to the church of oprah to do it. this is a study in shamefulness. >> paul: okay, kim, a lot of people agree with you on that one. if you have your own hit or miss send it to us at ger@foxnews.com and follow us on twitter ott ger on fnc. and that's it for of you, and h we hope to see you here next week. >> jon: on fox news watch. >> there will be pundits and politicians warning about tyrannical authority they want to gin up fear. >> jon: and president obama with emotion and children on stage. did the media question his actions or buy into it? >> and surely finding osama bin laden and surely passing civil rights legislatio
for lance armstrong and tiger woods, not only is the press, the sorry too good, but the machine of money and wealth. not only do people get rich endorsings things as athletes, but the reporters who are experts on them get rich being expert commenttators on the person. the last thing the people doing the file in sports illustrated was tear him down. if he went of, they would have gone with them. >> i have to totally disagree. at usa today we have fact checkers, when i write a column, there is a fact checker, a person goes through my column and asks me, i have to footnote everything that i say, no way on earth i could say somebody has died without any any sort of-- >> and maybe a better standards and sports illustrated. >> one speculation, staffs are cut back all over the country and not enough people, but if you've got one person in an office that can pick up the telephone and fact check. >> and also google. >> he speaking of fact checking, "the washington post" got caught in a bit of plagiarism this week, a reporter named william booth, is that, do i have the name right, william booth ad
. the families will move in in the last few weeks of april. >>> next at 5:00, a different side to lance armstrong. why the disgraced cyclist became emotional in part two of his interview with oprah winfrey. >>> and we will show you what notre dame linebacker manti teo is saying. >> there are some dangerous continues today for the beach and a preview of the maverick surf contest. >>> good evening, we talked about the high surf all week. today the surf got up to about ten feet. expect it to crest by 20, 30 feet by tomorrow and warm conditions. we will talk more about how warm it will be for your sunday coming up. >>> on the eve of the maverick surf contest, dangerous surf and strong riptides are forcing surfers out of the water. a number of surfers were caught in the riptides this afternoon and the coast guard responded to the scene. monte francis is at ocean beach with an update. hopefully they're okay, monte. >> that is the good news. they are all okay. we have a car horn going off here, we apologize for that. total of six surfers, they got into some kind of distress here today. the good news, th
militia. recycling sphere has criticized lance armstrong's interview with oprah winfrey last night. they claimed it was part of a job, like having air in his tires. they have urged armstrong to make a full disclosure to the anti doping authority. with more on the admission and the fallout, i spoke with the co-author that joined us from new york. >> we are joined from new york. it was if enough of a confession by lance armstrong for you? >> there is the first few feet of that mountain and i spent two years working on this book. a fascinating world that they live then. the details of how they did it are fascinating and crucial to this story. >> what was it light seeing him coming clean about not being clean? gosh we knew that -- >> we knew what he was going to say, but to see the defiance, the hesitation felt like an unsuccessful therapy session and in front of 4.3 million people. i think he does this because he realizes -- he is in shock. he went from joan of arc to attila the hun and a short amount of time and he has always loved risk. it was a high risk and high reward way to apol
be asking lance armstrong for advice. that's how bad it is. >> that's bad. >> what's worse the pr for the unions in new york city, the bus-- or the n.r.a.'s pr? >> no, let's compare that to the teachers strike, the teachers strike is-- >> the n.r.a., which is attacking president obama for, you know, for having guards around his kids. is that worse than what they are doing, they're fighting for a wage. >> he just drove the car in the ditch. >> he doesn't care. but i (laughter) i want you to take a look at this. >> this is a great organization, great tradition, great history, he's enthusiastic. forward thinking and a team-builder, bottom line, he's a true leader. >> neil: tse guys aren't charged up for the new football coach for the san diego charger, they're charged over-- they're charged up for the inauguration, and go to fox news and switch over to fox business, and we'reoing to have a drinking game. every time you hear the word swear-- a long day. but up next, call the doctor for the media. a major supporter for the the president's health care law hosting a forum how back to cav
of questions answered last night in part two of lance armstrong's interview with oprah winfrey. the embattled cyclist talked about admitting to his family about doping. he said he told his sons, stop defending him. a former teammate, tyler hamilton had this reaction to the interview. >> it is a first step. he is coming clean. he is telling the story that he has taken performance enhancing joe -- drugs. >> was a genuine emotion? >> i think so. i went through the same process on a much smaller scale. it is going to get easier for him. i think he will open up much more. i think we saw a lot of the truth, but not the whole truth. >> hamilton went on to say that he has never seen lance armstrong shed a tear in their time together, until last night. he says he does not need an apology, he has moved on with his life. >> the home of the tour de france was covered in heavy snow tonight. it may look pretty, but across the country, this has caused some serious traffic problems and accidents. flights have been grounded. it does not appear that any of that is bothering people on the streets in the city of
more ahead here on this saturday night. lance armstrong's admission to oprah about years of doping. and lying about it. the question that finally made armstrong break down. and new here this evening, investigators now weighing in, will that interview they have been watching make any difference for him? [old english accent] i doth declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners discounts? here we go. thank you. he took my shield, my lady. these are troubling times in the kingdom. more discounts than we knoweth what to do with. now that's progressive. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and s
. >> axelrod: bill, thanks very much. later, lance armstrong, manti te'o, and the risk of calling sports stars heroes. the air force band tuning up for the inauguration. and the housing market on the the rebound in a place where it had once been left for dead. those stories when the cbs evening news continues. look, if you have copd like me you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain or problems pas
to enhance your cycling performance. >> yes. >> he was doping and duped millions of fans. lance armstrong's legacy of lies. >> san artist's tribute to america. ♪ "god bless the usa". >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. thank you very much. [applause] >> glad to have this great audience here and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. i bet there is something you don't know about lance armstrong and me. we were together on a panel to talk about preventative health care x. maybe more iortantly, we ran the new york mara thon together in 2006. he finished in under three hours, and i finished in under three days. well, my performance was not that bad and i did finish the 26.2 mile adventure, but the only time i saw lance was in the start. we were lined up near each other and i saw his rear end fade in the distance in front of me. i kind of feel better about the whole thing. it took me five hours, it is evident i was not using performance enhancing drugs and he did. but this week, he's having to apologize and beg for forgiveness for the athletic accomplish
about lance armstrong and me. we were together on a panel to talk about preventative health care x. maybe more iortantly, we ran the new york mara thon together in 2006. he finished in under three hours, and i finished in under three days. well, my performance was not that bad and i did finish the 26.2 mile adventure, but the only time i saw lance was in the start. we were lined up near each other and i saw his rear end fade in the distance in front of me. i kind of feel better about the whole thing. it took me five hours, it is evident i was not using performance enhancing drugs and he did. but this week, he's having to apologize and beg for forgiveness for the athletic accomplishments that turned out to be cheating. 7 tour de france titles go gone and millions of income gone . reputation of being an inspiring story of beating cancer to achieve unparalleled success gone. maybe in the new york mara thon all i saw was his rear and after all of these years, i still have mine. you see his reputation went from hero to zero super superstar to fallen star and it was bad he cheat worse th
on extra, he was being interviewed. do you have any advice for lance armstrong? which i don't think a year ago would have thought arnold would be giving advice to anyone. he was saying people are forgiving. they're just not forgiving when you lie. the cover-up gets you into trouble. i think that is what people are saying right now about lance. i mean, it is very different if you have personal issues versus issues that involved cheating. the biggest cover-up in sports history, really. and then all the attacks that lance armstrong made on all of the whistle-blowers. so i think that is a very different story than the personal issues. neil: i agree with you there. i think you hit it right on the head there. i also think that there comes with it, and i don't mean to be cynical or snide, there comes with hollywood or former hollywood guys an expectation that they cheat, or that they're not faithful the i'm not saying that is fair or right. i'm saying that is a side of the view. there is sort of roguish kind of liking of a lot of folks have for arnold schwarzenegger. i don't think that same sort
profile scandals involving lance armstrong and mantai teo. our legal panel weighs. >> gregg: we begin this hour with president obama officially getting for four more years. his first term is now over, one for the record books and second one is just now beginning. president sworn in for the second term by chief just john roberts. ed, this time went off without a hitch. >> reporter: four years a little bit of a hiccup when roberts couldn't quite remember the oath. he had tried to memorize it. this time he brought note cards. he got it right. the president was teased by one of his daughters about him getting it right, as well. this as you say was history. 16th president to win election to two consecutive terms and be sworn in. now, they have all the ceremonial swearings tomorrow. this more intimate friend in the blue room, family and close friends. amid all the constitutional moments there was also a light family moment where a dad got to talk to his daughter, take a listen. >> thank you sir. [ applause ] >> i did it. all right. thank you everybody. >> reporter: i did it, he said and sas
taibbi, nbc news, los angeles. >>> there is also more tonight on another storied athlete, lance armstrong, who called his use of performance-enhancing drugs one big lie. armstrong became emotional last night in the second part of his interview with oprah winfrey, but as nbc's anne thompson reports, it's also about what armstrong didn't say. >> reporter: control marked lance armstrong's career, punishing the competition in the tour de france, blatantly lying about his extensive use of performance-enhancing drugs. that control teetered in the second part of his exclusive interview with oprah winfrey, as the father of five described telling his children the truth. >> and i said, i want you to know that it's true. >> reporter: a confession motivated by his 13-year-old soon luke, defending him online. >> i told luke, i said -- i said, don't defend me anymore. >> reporter: in the hour-long show on own, armstrong said he raced clean when he returned to the tour in 2009 and 2010, something he says his ex-wife kristen made him promise to do. >> and i never would have betrayed that with her. >> rep
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from lance armstrong this week. 2 1/2 hours with oprah winfrey. here's a part of it. >> did it feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. the scariest. >> not a lot of contrition there. >> the rewards of athletic excellence in this country are astonishingly high and therefore the temptation to cheat is astonishingly high and we see it throughout -- we've seen it in track and field probably more than any other. baseball has had its problem. you can't tell me the people in football don't look that way without human growth and hormones and steroids. it's a pandemic problem and the country is wide awake to it now. every time this happens someone says the loss of innocence. who is innocent? i mean -- >> he was such a bully about it. i mean all those years of saying, no, no, and suing people and all of that. no, it's just -- it's so outrageous. it's sort of another whole level of outrageousness. >> you know, i know lance. i've been to lance's house. i've been out to dinner with lance. i live in austin
despicable vile human being to set foot on planet earth and i am so happy to have him. lance armstrong. >> hello, there, piers. i am excited to be here tonight to apologize to all the viewers out there who couldn't find the own network on their television. >> lance, in your interview with oprah, you did admit to using drugs, but a lot of people said that you showed no re force whatsoever. >> who said that? who? they're liars. >> lance, lance. >> you know, i am sorry. totally sorry. that was my fault. i accept full responsibility. even though you did provoke me, you know. so the blame is probably 70/30 on you, you know. also, i think a lot of the reason i just yelled is because of the cancer i had which is not an excuse. you know, i mean, unless you think it is. the most important thing is i never, ever
. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. >>> you think lance armstrong is the only one about to lose money in this scandal? think again. they will tell you why at the bottom of the hour. first, right here, a lawmaker is pushing a new tax on violent video games. is this a good move to control something like you are looking at or another government power grab? we? debate and you decide coming up.ri >>> if it is not child's play, then tax it. they are proposing an extra 1% tax on games rated teen, mature or adult only. she wants this hike in response to the mass shootings in sandy hook, connecticut. rick, you don't think this is a good idea. >> let the record show i am coming out against attacks. never thought you would see that. you can't allow one member of congress to decide that this is bad, this is this, this is that. we need more research to know whether or not video games are having this impact. if they are, then maybe it is appropriate. >> this is a local lawmaker just to make this clear. if you want less of something, tax it. so if you want less of violent video games, raise the tax.
their snouts and dresses. >>> first the world is reacting to the doping confession by cyclist lance armstrong. after years of suspicions and denials, he admitted to oprah winfrey he did cheat in the tour de france and other races. tom sherwood has local reaction that rangeses from disappointment to i told you so. >> reporter: the bike shop action the admission wasn't that surprising. >> yeah, i think it's one of those things that just like was inevitable, it was a matter of when was it official. >> reporter: in a recorded interview with oprah winfrey, one of the world's most famous cyclists is said to have admitted years of cheating. what do you think about it? >> it's a bummer. i was a big advocate of him. he's one of the reasons why, you know -- one of the reasons why i became big in biking, is because of his story. >> reporter: sport media management consultant doug eldridge agrees armstrong could face more than criticism. >> this is not a public relation battle, but quite literally a legal battle. >> reporter: he could face legal claims from sponsors like the u.s. postal service, which ba
miss to lance armstrong. you know, it's bad enough he's now admitted to the whole range of doping and for all seven of his tours. but, this is also about the number of people who he ruthlessly destroyed who made claims against him shall the degree to which he used his cancer survivalism to shield himself from this and then, the fact that he didn't even apologize to people face-to-face and had to go on to the church of oprah to do it. this is a study in shamefulness.
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hostages in all killed. >>> more fallout this morning from lance armstrong's doping confession, a texas company that ensured performance bonuses for three of his tour de france victory plans to sue the disgraced cyclist for $12 million. they settled a previous suit paying him back in 2005 after he was arguing he was not a clean rider. >>> and the nhl, the hockey season is finally under way, it started on saturday. four months late because of a lockup. the kings raised their banner to the rafters with the help of the family of ana marquez-greene, a victim of the sandy hook massacre in newtown, connecticut. l.a., however, lost to chicago. the blackhawks, i believe is the team there. >>> and finally, subway is firing back in the fight over its footlong subs. it turns out not all footlong sandwiches are created equal. abc's john muller will explain. ♪ $5 footlong >> reporter: it's a footlong controversy that continues to grow. are subway's footlong sandwiches really 12 inches long? if not, should they be. >> get any footlong. >> reporter: it all started with this photo posted by a custome
. welcome to "access hollywood". after years of denial lance armstrong admitted to oprah that yes he did in fact take performance enhancing drug during all 7 wins. >> he destroyed lives. his spin go far beyond cycling. >> the defines. that attitude. that arrogance. you can not deny it. you watch that clip. that's an air gapt pevrnlt i go like at this air gapt prick. >> he said it. >> his words not mine snrit we thought it. >> all right. most people would agree. over lying theme last nature oprah next chapter interview may have been controlled. >> might have been but oprah took most of that from him right at the beginning for opening line of questioning which only required lance to say yes or no. >> did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance. >> yes. >> was one of those banned substances e p o. >> yes. >> in all 7 of your tour de france victories, did you ever take banned substances or blood doping. >> yes. >> in your opinion was it huma humanly possible to win the tour de france without doping? >> not in my opinion. >> great way to open from oprah. tak
? >> we did the lance arm stropping story and -- the lance armstrong story and how dare you question that? everybody at this table knows somebody with cancer. so don't give me that crap. we knew he was lying. you brought it up and it was like, how dare you? if you do anything that has to do with people or climate change. >> and he had the sensitive male cancer you can't talk about. >> exactly. >> well, i have been told i am the cancer of "red eye" so you can't question this show. >> that you are, my friend. >>> from a fake boo to an expensive lou. did they spend too much on a butt hutch? i made that up, actually. i tell you that will catch on with the young kids. according to a new report, the interior department that is responsible for our nation's home decorating spent $220,000 wren gnaw rating a 100 square foot bathroom in the private office of the secretary. to put that in perspective that's 100 squares shaped like feet. founded by cox news -- i thought that was a miss print, but there is a cox news -- cox news revealed that materials like $15,000 of wall panels and $16,000 of wall ca
eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur >> this week, lance armstrong disappointed the last guy on earth who still believed him. (laughter) >> very he quick and to the point. and this week, who stayed up late to watch the oprah interview. >> sure. >> alisyn: watched it online. >> brian: so i watched it and talk to go my wife and talking about lance armstrong, what's the gist of it. basically he lied and in comes my nine-year-old daughter kaitlin. what happened? lance armstrong admitted he lied about what he did, he lied about what he did. you mean, he never went to the moon? (laughter) >> and kaitlin, that's neil armstrong. . >> steve: that's one small step for a kilmeade, one giant leap for the show. >> brian: at least she knows, right. >> alisyn: and here, there's new information this morning and i think that it does make manti seem like a true victim. there's new information that is coming out this morning about how he could be duped and apparently several people were duped by this, a very elaborate hoax of this alleged lennay kekua, an imagery woman. it wasn't just manti, it was other
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